Judicial Education and Social Determinants of Health Survey

Written by National Association of Women Judges|July 27, 2020|News

The purpose of this research is to help us develop educational programs tailored for the judiciary, and aimed at deepening knowledge around the intersection of law and social determinants of health. 

We are distributing these surveys to judges and law clerks to gain an understanding of how these types of educational programs can influence impact rulings and any other outcomes. We would like to hear different perspectives on how to develop and implement education programs that focus on the social determinants of health. 


This survey has been approved by Northeastern University’s Institutional Review Board. We have provided a link to the anonymous survey. We hope you complete the survey and help us disseminate it by sending the survey out to any individuals and/or email lists you may have comprised of judges (from any level of court) and/or law clerks. The responses are completely anonymous, and voluntary. You do not have to answer any questions you do not feel comfortable answering. 

If you have any questions about this, please reach out to Dr. Alisa Lincoln at Thank you for your time and consideration during this busy, hectic, and uncertain time.

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